Commitment

Strengthening Communities

Supporting stronger, more resilient communities.

The coronavirus pandemic is the latest example of how unexpected events can turn people’s lives upside down. 

We will work with our customers, communities and partners to build back a stronger economy, and help more people get the insurance protection and income in retirement they need for a bright future. 

Globally as a business in 2020 we committed £43 million to charitable partners to support customers and communities to face the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

In addition, we committed £11.5 million to other local projects, making total community investment £54.5 million in 2020. Overall, this has helped 5.1 million people.

Aviva Community Fund (ACF) 

Our online ACF invites the public to nominate and vote for inspirational projects in their local communities to win funding.

Find out more about the Aviva Community Fund.

British Red Cross partnership

We have partnered with the British Red Cross since 2016 to build safer and stronger communities in the UK and beyond.

Find out more about our partnership with the British Red Cross.

The Aviva Foundation

The Aviva Foundation was set up in the UK to make good use of unclaimed assets of shareholders in line with Aviva’s purpose, values and expertise.

Our people making a difference

Aviva’s people continue to make a difference in communities around the world. 

In 2020,  over 11,600 employees contributed more than 68,200 hours of volunteering time and gave or fundraised over £2.1 million. 

Our people continue to play a vital role in our community activity. Despite the restrictions put in place as a result of COVID-19, in total, our people globally have contributed more than 29,200 volunteering hours in 2020 to support their local communities throughout 2020. They also gave or fundraised £1.8 million.

Not only is this great news for our communities, but it also helps us attract and develop talented people.

Take a look at photos of our people making a difference on Flickr